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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. Open Court 4th Grade Unit 4 Survival Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl p.392 Melissa Lape - Phoenix, AZ. confide. confide   (kuhnfiid) verb     tell secrets to; to discuss private thoughts.

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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

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  1. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Open Court 4th Grade Unit 4 Survival Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl p.392 Melissa Lape - Phoenix, AZ

  2. confide • confide   (kuhnfiid) verb    tell secrets to; to discuss private thoughts I hope I shall be able to confide in you completely. Melissa Lape Phoenix, AZ

  3. quarters • quarters kwawrturz noun,verb • living space The quarters in many college dorm rooms are cramped and crowded. Melissa Lape Phoenix, AZ

  4. rations • rations  (rashuhnz)     Fixed amounts of something like food or clothing for one person for each day. Eli and Miep collected ourrationsfor us. Melissa Lape Phoenix, AZ

  5. satchel • satchelnoun    a small bag used for carrying books or clothes. Melissa Lape Phoenix, AZ

  6. stifled • stifled   (stiifuhld) adjective,verb    unable to breathe Anne Frank was nearly stifled before she started on her journey. Melissa Lape Phoenix, AZ

  7. veranda • veranda   (vuranduh) noun    A porch along the outside of a building   Marie sat on the veranda reading a book. Melissa Lape Phoenix, AZ

  8. Concentration camps • Fenced and guarded camps for keeping prisoners of war, refugees, and political prisoners • The sisters were held prisoner in different concentration camps. Melissa Lape Phoenix, AZ

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